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What Albums Do You Listen to on Repeat?

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  • AJuicyHippo

    AJuicyHippo

    #16480075 - 5 years ago

    As the title says, what album can you listen to repeatedly without tiring? Personally, any Black Keys album works for me. The Strokes - Room on Fire is also fantastic in my book. Throw in some Bob Dylan albums (Highway 61 Revisited) as well. How about the rest of you folks?

  • halcyon714

    halcyon714

    #16480187 - 5 years ago



    Childish-gambino-because-the-internet.gi

  • OhOak

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    #16480569 - 5 years ago

    Stromae's album Racine Carrée. I could listen to it forever :)

  • wyndy

    wyndy Jizanthapus

    #16480684 - 5 years ago

    Sam's Town - The Killers
    There Is Nothing Left To Lose - Foo Fighters
    Animals - Pink Floyd

  • SimonWard

    SimonWard

    #16481027 - 5 years ago

    Frightened Rabbit's albums Pedestrian Verse and Midnight Organ Fight I have been listening to endlessly.

  • DeathBat6661

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    #16481032 - 5 years ago

    As of late, mine have been What Separates Me From You and Common Courtesy by A Day to Remember.

  • miriam

    miriam FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold RT Ireland

    #16481091 - 5 years ago

    At the moment its a switch between the Starbomb album and the RWBY album :)

  • Liela

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    #16481275 - 5 years ago

    Lindsey Stirling's violin playing could go on for hours in my house and no one would mind.

  • Duncan

    Duncan

    #16481350 - 5 years ago

    Probably Starbomb at the moment

  • Jevanee

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    #16481530 - 5 years ago

    I'm more of "listen to one song over and over, until I dislike it" kind of guy. But I have been listening to the RWBY album a lot since I got it. It's just so badass, also the elevator-y jazz parts are brilliant

  • CMGio

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    #16481609 - 5 years ago

    I would love to answer this, but... there are SO MANY albums that come to mind!

    If I tried to type it all out, I'd be here all day!

  • bobonthedrum

    bobonthedrum

    #16481615 - 5 years ago

    I'm always jumping between genres and artists, but when I get in the mood for one of these albums, I always end up listening to them more than once through. at the moment, these albums are:
    Jeff Buckley - Grace
    Tame impala- Innerspeaker
    Miles Davis- Round About Midnight
    Sting- Ten Summoners Tale
    Tom Milsom- Organs

  • buttbiscuit

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    #16481666 - 5 years ago

    theres only a few albums i listen to every song on it and they are
    A Fever You Can't Sweat Out - Panic! At The Disco,
    Sinners Never Sleep - You Me At Six,
    I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love - MCR

    hmm they sound pretty lame but w/e theyre albums i like

  • MMiller42

    MMiller42

    #16481930 - 5 years ago

    Right now, Starbomb.

  • TheGoldhawk

    TheGoldhawk

    #16482720 - 5 years ago

    K-L-O-N Los Angeles; Klon radio. We play the songs that sound more like everyone else, than anyone else. (Klon..Klon)

    "Hey alright it's Kip Casper, Klon radio. LA's infinite repeat, how we feeling out here? How's your drive time commute?

    I need a saga, (Enter drums) whats the saga? It's songs for the deaf; you can't even hear it..."

    Also partial to Alice in chain's MTV unplugged performance (and Nirvana's)

  • screen_name

    screen_name

    #16482732 - 5 years ago

    Audioslave's self titled album. There is something about Chris Cornell's voice that soothes me.

    Also love The Empire Strikes First by Bad Religion. Probably the most intelligent song writing ever.

  • pompeiipomidoro

    pompeiipomidoro

    #16482827 - 5 years ago

    Only way to listen to the Beatles' White album.

  • rdg22

    rdg22

    #16485031 - 5 years ago

    Blink 182's self titled album

  • IAmTheAzo

    IAmTheAzo

    #16491479 - 5 years ago

    Rise or Die Trying by Four Year Strong. It also may have the best album cover of all time.

  • Blakeyy

    Blakeyy

    #16496133 - 5 years ago

    Depending on the mood,

    Radiohead - In Rainbows
    The Beatles - The White Album
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Wu Tang Clan - Enter the Wu. Tang
    Daft Punk - Discovery
    Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues

  • dannihill

    dannihill

    #16496946 - 5 years ago

    Well, I have no music on my phone and I keep forgetting to charge my iPod (literally has been dead for months) sooo nothing on repeat at the minute haha. I do find myself going back and listening to specifically these few albums:

    You Me At Six - Hold Me Down
    Biffy Clyro - Only Revolutions
    Biffy Clyro - Opposites
    Twin Atlantic - Free

  • argetlam350

    argetlam350

    #16498304 - 5 years ago

    Rob Zombie, all of his albums, also Blind Guardian. Oh and Miracle of Sound.

  • dJRob

    dJRob

    #16504349 - 5 years ago

    Young the Giant - Young the Giant
    St. Elsewhere - Gnarls Barkley
    OutRun - Kavinsky
    Songs About Jane - Maroon 5
    Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
    Magic Potion - The Black Keys
    Random Album Title - deadmau5
    Demon Days - Gorillaz
    Various Artists - Inside Llewyn Davis OST

  • CMGio

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    #16504457 - 5 years ago

    Okay. I give in:


    Joe Satriani Surfing With the Alien, Flying In a Blue Dream and Crystal Planet
    Tony MacAlpine Maximum Security
    Steve Vai Passion and Warfare
    Marco Sfogli There's Hope and ReMARCOble
    Andy Timmons Ear X-Tacy
    Andy James Andy James
    Paul Wardingham Assimilate Regenerate
    Alph Lyla & Yuji Toriyama Street FIghter II OST
    Jin Breaking the Sky
    Angel Vivaldi Universal Language
    Kiko Loureiro No Gravity
    Vinnie Moore Mind's Eye and Meltdown
    FM Indiscreet and Tough It Out
    Danger Danger Danger Danger, Screw It! and Revolve
    Anything by H.E.A.T or Journey
    The Magnificent The Magnificent
    Work of Art Artwork and In Progress
    Kristine Modern Love
    Heaven's Basement Filthy Empire (Has been in my car since I got it over a year ago)
    Daft Punk Discovery and Human After All
    Underminded Hail UnAmerican!
    Unearth The Oncoming Storm
    The Ataris So Long Astoria


    aaaaaand that's all I can think of.

  • crazydrum95

    crazydrum95

    #16504899 - 5 years ago

    I have so many I couldn't list them all. But Battle Studies by John Mayer and The RHCP's album, By the Way are definitely at the top of my list